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Murder investigation launched after bodies found in Meath confirmed as missing Dublin men

The results of the post mortems will not be disclosed ‘for operational reasons’.

Anthony Keegan and Eoin O'Connor
Anthony Keegan and Eoin O'Connor

THE TWO BODIES discovered  in a lake in Meath have now been identified.

Gardaí from Kells have confirmed that the bodies discovered are that of 32-year-old Eoin O Connor and 33-year-old Anthony Keegan.

The men had been missing from Dublin for over a month.

The decomposed remains were discovered by garda divers on Inchicup Island in Lough Sheelin at around 4:30 yesterday afternoon while searching for the missing men.

Gardaí say that this case is now a murder investigation and that the results of the post mortems will not be disclosed ‘for operational reasons’.

Read: Gardaí appeal for information on two bodies discovered in Meath lake>

Read: Two bodies found in search for missing Dublin men>

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